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Peru knows its way around seafood. And whether it's fresh, lime-marinated whitefish ceviche or spicy shrimp chowder, their cuisine definitely does justice to the bounty of the seas. Kendall's El Meson Del Paraiso serves up Peruvian classics like ceviche de pescado (fish ceviche), lomo salteado (stir-fried sirloin with hot chilies and fries), choros a la chalaca (lime marinated mussels topped with Peruvian salsa) and seco de res (beef cooked in cilantro sauce, topping a bed of white beans). And whatever you do, don't miss the creamy, cheesy perfection of their papas a la huancaina. The quick, friendly service is an added bonus. No need to head all the way south for a little bit of Lima - you've only gotta go as far as Kendall.
Peruvian food is not meant to be fancy, yet it seems that a new restaurant offering a frilly version of this cuisine opens every week. They garnish beans as if they were lobster bisque and stick mangoes in your ceviche. Next time you want some real Peruvian food, stop by El Meson del Paraiso. This tiny shop tucked into the side of a strip mall will provide you with an excellent meal; no need for a reservation. Open with the classic ceviche de pescado ($9.95), fresh white pieces of fish... More »
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